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Lennon

John (Ono), original name John Winston Lennon. 1940- -80, English rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter: member of the Beatles (1962--70). His subsequent recordings, many in collaboration with his wife Yoko Ono, include "Instant Karma" (1970), Imagine (1971), and Double Fantasy (1980). He was shot dead by a demented fan
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Because he never refrained from speaking truth to power, Lennon became a prime example of the lengths to which the US government will go to persecute those who dare to challenge its authority.
Lennon had just returned from Record Plant Studio with his wife, Yoko Ono.
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A whole generation had grown up to their groundbreaking sound, while Lennon himself was widely viewed as a forwardthinking visionary.
In March, 1966, Lennon was quoted as saying: "Christianity will go.
Meanwhile, an autographed album page by John Lennon alone rose from a suggested price of PS675 in 1997 to PS6,250 in 2011, an increase of some 825.
Hunter Davies's The John Lennon Letters falls right into this trap.
Lennon's mother, Julia Lennon, taught her son to play the banjo and then showed Lennon and Eric Griffiths how to tune their guitars in a similar way to the banjo, and taught them simple chords and songs.
Lennon walked away from the job on Friday night in a row over club fixtures and Monaghan players have vowed to support him.
Lennon, 28, founder of the EDL, "goaded" a crowd of followers during a rally by 2,000 supporters in Blackburn on April 2.